who we are
Women Industrial & Social Educational Society (WISES) is a non-profit, non-political and non-governmental organization working in province of Sindh. Since its inception in 1997, WISES has been involved in welfare and relief work to alleviate the suffering of the most vulnerable, marginalized and needy communities. We are passionate about what we do and determined to ensure positive changes in lives of those who need our support. WISES believes that education is panacea for all social ills, as well as the most important driver of human development.
what we do what we do
We work with all who need our support regardless of race, color, gender and religion. We ensure the access of less privileged people to basic necessities of life and imparting vocational training and education to enable them to generate income in dignified way. Over the years WISES has been engaged in the long and short term projects in the sector of education, health, protection, skill development, water & sanitation and capacity building.
At our camp, children spend an unforgettable week with teams, staff, and volunteers. This is the one week of the year when orphans can spend time in a more cheerful manner.
Orphan Care partners with Children’s Homes located in El Salvador, Ethiopia, India, Indiana, China, Africa and Ukraine. The children we love and support are the innocent victims of poverty and/or abuse.
We believe that children who are abandoned or have lost their families must be educated because it is the key to their successful future. We provide basic education for children aged at 3-16 years old from all over the world.
a few words about us
Our Vision is a prosperous Pakistan, free of poverty, hunger, disease and prejudice of all kinds. Participation of both the genders specifically women towards the development of our society with access to the basic necessities of life i.e. Education, Food, Health and Sanitation.
Our Mission is to overcome the impediments to the social uplift of the society with equal opportunities for all without the prejudice of gender, color, cast, creed and religion and to ensure access to health, education, skill development and recreational facilities to less privileged people.